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Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Beginner’s Roadmap

clock November 22, 2009 04:59 by Matthew Ellis
As some of you may know, I began work on a book titled Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Beginners Roadmap. I completed roughly around 100 pages and stopped working on the title. Nevertheless, there is plenty of useful information contained within the text. I will publish the following chapters online in the tutorials section of this website.... [More]

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I am alive

clock July 10, 2009 15:03 by Matthew Ellis
It has been a very, very long time since I blogged or was heavily involved in much online... For that, I applogize, however I am planning some really big posts and additional tutorials. If anyone has any ideas I'm all ears.... [More]

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Dynamic Data Dictionary Part 2 Object Schema

clock May 5, 2009 18:21 by Anastasia Arteyeva
In the previous posting we discussed database objects and how to query for a list of objects. In this posting we will discuss how to query the schema of an object. What is a schema? A schema defines the database object structure, for example, the structure of the tables, such as, fields, data types,... [More]

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Dynamic Data Dictionary

clock May 4, 2009 16:42 by Anastasia Arteyeva
All of us sometimes have a need where we want to share database information between other developers and database administrators. For this reason I decided to begin work on an ASP.NET application that could be used to easily connect to a SQL Server, query the different system objects on the server, as well as the database schema. By querying the database schema we can easily store and retrieve the table, column, stored procedure, etc descriptions directly within the schema of the database.. [More]

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ASP.NET 3.5 AJAX Pocket Guide Source Code

clock May 3, 2008 03:45 by Matthew Ellis
In this post I want to discuss the accompanying source code and how I can better fit the book into your personal and professional needs.... [More]

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ASP.NET 3.5 AJAX Pocket Guide Released

clock May 1, 2008 06:03 by Matthew Ellis
I'm extremely excited to announce that my latest publication, ASP.NET 3.5 AJAX Pocket Guide has been released and is available from the Magma Interactive online store, as well your favorite online retailers.. [More]

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Handling Errors During a Partial-page Postback

clock April 30, 2008 09:34 by Matthew Ellis
What if you make heavy use of the UpdatePanel control to perform asynchronous postbacks and an exception is encountered while processing the server-side code? The result will be a JavaScript error thrown by the AJAX library.... [More]

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Live Alerts SDK Gotchas

clock April 28, 2008 01:54 by Matthew Ellis
In this blog I'm going to take a look at a few different tricks when working with the Live Alerts SDK. We'll examine two common issues when working with the SDK.. [More]

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Virtual Earth 6.1: Map Options and Importing Google KML

clock April 16, 2008 03:33 by Matthew Ellis
I finally got around to taking a look at the SDK docs for Virtual Earth 6.1 and the feature list continues to grow and continues to impress, however rather than just dumping a list of new features, I’m going to write a few samples to demonstrate the new features.. [More]

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Some More Cross-domain Request Goodness

clock April 15, 2008 14:03 by Matthew Ellis
If you’ve read my post on Internet Explorer 8 and cross-domain requests then you know that Internet Explorer 8 implements a new object called XDomainRequest. For this post I put together a little sample using HTTP GET and a WCF web service to demonstrate the object.. [More]

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